What are the best cool down snacks after a hard hot day at work?
When you work outdoors or play a sport in the hot summer heat, what snack helps to cool you down and makes you feel refreshed at the end of the day?
Example: one of the first things I do after a hot day at work is to get a bowl of vanilla ice cream and cover it with Coca-cola or Frostie Root Beer.
Another way I cool down is to eat cold fruit such as cantaloupe, watermelon or red ruby grapefruit cups.
Vanilla ice cream is my favorite also. For drinks ice cold water or Lipton ice tea from the jar which you mix with water in a picture to drink when you come home from work.
I really like the A&W or Dr. Pepper and vanilla Ice cream "floats!"
But honestly, I'm more of a bud light Chelada guy!!!
Frozen iced tea or mocha frappuccino restores my equilibrium!
a really cold beer is my favorite thing to have to cool down after a long day at work.
Glass of sweet tea does it for me every time. I also love snow cones.
by Cindy Vine8 years ago
Jeez, air conditioners on, but sweat is still trickling off me and it is so muggy. Humidity is unbelievable! Has anybody any ideas on how to cool down?
by skuxx6 years ago
I herd that if you leave food out for a while to cool down, it can be cautious! is this true and...why?
by Phyllis Doyle Burns3 years ago
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by Nichol marie2 years ago
Best thing.with vanilla ice cream besides cake?
by Dreamer at heart5 years ago
What kind of ice cream sundae do you make?
by maria.rose6 years ago
What is your favorite dessert?my favorite dessert is chocolate cake ....... ice cream, butter cookies.. etc..
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